NAMES & FACES
Friday, March 18, 2005; Page C03
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We have it on good authority that the Hollerith House, a tony 11,400-square-foot mansion in Georgetown, has gone under contract after about a week on the market for the $8.5 million asking price, or so The Post's Sandy Fleishman tells us. Locals remember the mansion for having set a neighborhood record in October '01 when Washington interior decorators Todd Davis and Robert Brown sold it for $6.3 mil. No word yet on who will take over this time from Swiss investor Joerg Burkart and wife Marie-Louise.
You guys curious about what our former secretary of state is up to these days? (Aside from getting frisked and wanded by airport security?)
The James Taylor-of-the-now-set John Mayer thinks the so-cool-they're-hot band Black Eyed Peas, which sings "Let's Get it Started," is, well, overrated. In the latest issue of the rap mag XXL, Mayer declares: "Black Eyed Peas seem cool but what they're doing has the least amount of substance I've heard in any pop music. Ever. It's like, okay. When DOES it get started?" Ouch . . . Demi Moore insists to People mag that there's no merit to all this pregnancy chatter swirling around. "The rumors are just that: rumors," she says. Meanwhile, her boyfriend, Ashton Kutcher, 27, joked with reporters after Britain's tabloid News of the World wrote that the 42-year-old mother of three was preggers with Kutcher's child: "Why am I the last person to find out everything? I'm going to be a daddy? God, no one tells me anything" . . . Ah, Fox News host John Gibson kindly enlightens us in his online column about that topic, homosexual marriage. He writes: "Gays can't have kids -- other than going to the abandoned kids' store and getting one or two, or borrowing sperm from someone with more sperm than brains -- so by definition they're out of the marriage game."
"It's this reality. Like omigod, I have to tell the maid to buy diapers and get the pool boy to walk the dog? Can't I just make out with Kevin all the time? Being married sucks."